Tatsiana Snegova (Fellow) is a political analyst and European public affairs specialist. She holds a master’s degree in Political Science, with a concentration in Eastern Europe, from European Humanities University in Vilnius (2010). Upon being awarded a George Soros Open Society Foundation scholarship, she pursued and obtained a second master’s degree in European Public Affairs from Maastricht University (2014).
Snegova’s professional record includes more than seven years of experience with international organizations such as the European Commission and European External Action Service, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, as well as public consulting companies. Currently, she is a program officer at Berlin-based Democracy Reporting International, where she analyzes regional developments in Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus and is also part of the team reporting on the political reforms in Ukraine. She maintains an extensive network of contacts in the region.
Snegova’s main areas of interest are EU policy and politics, elections and political processes in post-Soviet countries, civil society, civic engagement and new forms of activism, as well as democracy promotion and democratic institution building.
Tatsiana is Belarusian. Her working languages are English, German and Polish, in addition to her native Belarusian and Russian. She is currently based in Berlin.